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The Devil Wears Prada (29-Jun-2006)

Director: David Frankel

Writer: Aline Brosh McKenna

From novel by: Lauren Weisberger

Keywords: Drama, Comedy

Film adaptation of the 2003 novel of the same name details a young woman's experience working for a fashion magazine editor.

ABSTRACT
Andrea Sachs, a recent college graduate fresh with idealistic views of journalism and the people in the business, scores a plum job as the second assistant to turbocharged Runway editor Miranda Priestly in New York City. The industry proves to be a rude awakening for the young and inexperienced Andrea, whose crash course in working under a psychotic "fashionista" boss as part of an industry teeming with thousands just like her provides for a satirical coming-of-age tale.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Simon Baker
Actor
30-Jul-1969   The Mentalist
Emily Blunt
Actor
23-Feb-1983   The Devil Wears Prada
Gisele Bundchen
Model
20-Jul-1980   Brazilian supermodel
David Marshall Grant
Actor
21-Jun-1955   Air America
Adrian Grenier
Actor
10-Jul-1976   Vincent Chase on Entourage
Bridget Hall
Model
12-Dec-1977   Supermodel with IMG Models, Inc.
Anne Hathaway
Actor
12-Nov-1982   The Princess Diaries
Heidi Klum
Model
1-Jun-1973   German supermodel
James Naughton
Actor
6-Dec-1945   The Paper Chase
Rich Sommer
Actor
2-Feb-1978   Harry Crane on Mad Men
Meryl Streep
Actor
22-Jun-1949   The Deer Hunter
Daniel Sunjata
Actor
30-Dec-1971   Franco Rivera on Rescue Me
Tracie Thoms
Actor
19-Aug-1975   Kat Miller on Cold Case
Stanley Tucci
Actor
11-Jan-1960   Joe Gould's Secret
Valentino
Fashion Designer
11-May-1932   Dress designer

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